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AN EXHIBITION OF 



AMERICAN DRAWINGS 



ASSEMBLED FOR THE 

UNITED STATES INFORMATION AGENCY 

BY THE 

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION TRAVELING EXHIBITION SERVICE 



THE COOPER UNION MUSEUM 

January 29 - March 6 
1954 



^ 5 A" . FOREWORD 

HMKEF 

This exhibition of American drawings and watercolors, from the eight- 
eenth through the twentieth centuries, while not the first of its kind, can be 
considered the largest in concentrated artistic quality thus far held in this 
country. It is the first show of its description to be prepared for exhibition 
abroad. 

No attempt has been made to give a comprehensive sequence of graphic 
development in the United States through any period, the sole aim having 
been to assemble drawings of significance and distinction. There are some 
gaps to be sure, but those omissions are due mainly to necessary limita- 
tions in the size of the show; to a lesser degree, in the cases of a few 
artists, to the fact that important examples of their work were not available. 
It is hoped, however, that the variety and quality of the work herewith pre- 
sented will reveal an impression of what this country has been able to ac- 
complish in a relatively brief period of artistic production. 

Our grateful thanks are due to the many people, museum officials, 
private collectors, and dealers, who have given so generously of their time 
to assist and advise in the gathering of material for this show. Through 
their whole hearted cooperation it has been made possible to bring together 
a considerable number of the most outstanding works of American artists, 
not often accessible at any one time. 

The exhibition has been organized by the Smithsonian Institution Travel- 
ing Exhibition Service for circulation abroad under the auspices of the 
United States Information Agency. It is jointly sponsored by the Smithsonian 
Institution and The Cooper Union Museum. 

It is logical that this single American showing should be held at The 
Cooper Union Museum, a museum that contains one of the country's out- 
standing collections of drawings by American artists. The founders of the 
museum, the Misses Hewitt, eagerly developed this phase of the museum's 
activities, and thus it was that the large groups of drawings by Winslow 
Homer, Thomas Moran, Frederick E. Church, Samuel Colman, Robert F. 
Blum, and others, arrived during the museum's early years. It is, there- 
fore, no surprise that the largest single loan for this exhibition should come 
from the Cooper Union Museum. 

Special acknowledgement is made to the Trustees of The Cooper Union, 
to Dr. Edwin S. Burdell, President, and to Professor Calvin S. Hathaway, 
Director of the Museum, for joining so enthusiastically with the Smithsonian 
Institution in this effort. 

-S^vVTHSO/V^ 

" X E. MAURICE BLOCH 

V SE? 2 2 1W 



1. Edwin Austin ABBEY (1853-1911) 
AUTOLYCUS. THE WINTER'S TALE. 

ACT IV, SCENE 3. 1892. 
Pen and ink on illustration board; 

17 5/8 x 12 1/2 in. (framing line) 
Lent by Yale University Art Gallery 

2. Washington ALLSTON (1779-1843) 
"DANGER." ILLUSTRATION TO LINES 

BY COLLINS. 
Pen and ink; 9 5/8 x 7 ll/l6 in. 
Lent by The Walters Art Gallery 

3. John James AUDUBON (1785-1851) 

THE AMERICAN CROSS FOX. About 1840. 
Illustrated in his "Quadrupeds of 

North America" 
Watercolor; 23x33 in. 
Lent by Smith College Museum of Art 

4. Thomas A. Ayres ( -1858) 
ENTRANCE TO THE BAY OF 

SAN FRANCISCO. 1855. 
Gray wash; 10x18 in. 
Lent by The Society of California Pioneers 

5. George Wesley BELLOWS (1882-1925) 
JEAN. About 1920. 

Lithographic crayon and pencil; 

13 1/4x11 1/2 in. 
Lent by the Albright Art Gallery 

6. George Wesley BELLOWS (1882-1925) 
LADY JEAN. 1924. 

Lithographic crayon; 18x10 in. 
Lent by The Paul J. Sachs Collection, 
Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University 

7. George Wesley BELLOWS (1882-1925) 
THE DRUNK. About 1924. 

Lithographic crayon; 16x13 in. (framing line) 
Lent by the Addison Gallery of American Art, 
Phillips Academy 

8. George Wesley BELLOWS (1882-1925) 
THE LAST OUNCE. 

Lithographic crayon and ink wash; 

23 5/16x18 1/8 in. 
Lent by Mr. Albert L. Hydeman 

9. Ralph Albert BLAKELOCK (1847-1919) 
PITCH PINE. 

Pencil, and pen and ink; 

10 7/8x8 1/2 in. (arched top) 
Lent by The Brooklyn Museum 

10. Robert Frederick BLUM (1857-1903) 
STUDIES FOR THE MURAL, 

"THE VINTAGE FESTIVAL." About 1895. 
Charcoal; 17 3/16x21 15/16 in. 
Lent by The Cooper Union Museum 

11. Worth BREHM (1883-1928) 

JIM. ("His wool was all tied up with thread. 
That was to keep the witches off. He said 
the witches was pestering him awful.") 1923. 

Illustration for "The Adventures of 
Huckleberry Finn" 

Charcoal on illustration board;26x 19 l/2 in. 

Lent Anonymously 



12-Mather BROWN (1761-1831) 

TIPPOO SAHIB TAKING LEAVE OF HIS 

CHILDREN IN 1792. 
Black crayon and sanguine chalk on tan paper; 

1 6 1 /2 x 2 1 7/8 in. 
Lent by the Addison Gallery of American Art, 

Phillips Academy 

13. Mary CASSATT (1845-1926) 
LA TOILETTE. About 1891. 
Black crayon; 15x10 7/8 in. 

Lent by The Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection, 
National Gallery of Art 

14. William Merritt CHASE (1849~19l6) 
SEATED WOMAN. About 1880. 
Brush and ink; 15l/2xll in. 

Lent by The Cooper Union Museum 

15. Frederick Edwin CHURCH (1826-1900) 
NIAGARA FALLS. 1856. 

Pencil, wash, and Chinese white;12 xl7 1/2 in. 
Lent by The Cooper Union Museum 

16. Thomas COLE (1801-1848) 
STUDY FOR TREES. About 1825. 
Pen and bistre ink; 131/2x97/8 in. 
Lent by The Detroit Institute of Arts 

17. Glenn O. COLEMAN (1887-1932) 
STREET BATHERS. 1913. 
Lithographic crayon; 11 1/4x15 7/8 in. 

Lent by the Whitney Museum of American Art 

18. Samuel COLMAN (1832-1920) 
OAK WOOD, MONT AUK. 1880. 

Black crayon, pencil, ink, and Chinese white 

on gray-green paper; 10 7/8x20 in. 
Lent by The Cooper Union Museum 

19. Vincent COLYER (1825-1888) 

THE UNITED STATES POST AT WRANGELL, 

ALASKA. 1870. 
Watercolor; 61/8x12 3/4 in. (sight) 
Lent by Edward Eberstadt and Sons 



20. John Singleton COPLEY (1738-1815) 
STUDY FOR GENERAL HEATHFIELD'S 

HORSE. 
Black crayon and white chalk on blue -gray 

paper; 13 x 10 in. 
Lent by the Addison Gallery of American Art, 

Phillips Academy 

21. John Singleton COPLEY (1738-1815) 
THREE FIGURES. STUDY FOR "THE SIEGE 

OF GIBRALTAR." 
Black crayon and white chalk on blue -gray 

paper; 15 1/4x26 1/2 in. 
Lent by Childs Gallery 



22. Kenyon COX (1856-1919) 

"COMMERCE." STUDY FOR THE MURAL, 

"VENICE." Before 1894. 
Black crayon; 15 3/4x 18 3/4 in. 
Lent by The Cooper Union Museum 



23. Jasper Francis CROPSEY (1823-1900) 
A VIEW FROM BALD MOUNTAIN, 

ORANGE COUNTY, NEW YORK. 1843. 
Pen and ink, and sepia wash;14 1/4 x 19 l/4'in. 
Lent by The Cleveland Museum of Art 

(Gift of J. W. L. Jones) 

24. John Steuart CURRY (1897-1946) 
GALLOPING HORSES. 1930. 

Pen and ink, and watercolor; 14x20 in. 

Lent by the Whitney Museum of American Art 

25. Felix Octavius Carr DARLEY (1822-1888) 
HOMECOMING FARMERS. 

Gray wash on Bristol board; 10 l/2 x 16 7/8 in. 
Lent Anonymously 

26. Arthur Bowen DAVIES (1862-1928) 
NINE FIGURES. 1921." 

Pencil and watercolor; 16 3/4 x 21 3/4 in. (sight) 
Lent by The Corcoran Gallery of Art 

27. Charles Henry DEMUTH (1883-1935) 
LANCASTER. 1921. 
Tempera; 19 x 15 1/2 in. 
Lent by the Albright Art Gallery 

28. Charles Henry DEMUTH (1883-19,35) 
TOMATOES, PEPPERS, AND ZINNIAS. 
Pencil and watercolor; 17 1/2 x 11 1/2 in. 
Lent by The Newark Museum 

29. William Preston DICKINSON (1889-1930) 
HARLEM RIVER 
Pastel and ink; 14 5/8 x 21 l/8 in. 
Lent by the Whitney Museum of American Art 

30/Asher Brown DURAND (1796-1886) 
VALLEY LANDSCAPE. 1859- 
Pencil and Chinese white on gray paper; 

7 3/4x5 7/16 in. 
Lent by The Walters Art Gallery 

31. Frank (Decker) DUVENECK (1848-1919). 
MAN WITH A PIPE. 1871. 

Black chalk and Chinese white on gray-green 

paper; 11 x 10 3/4 in. 
Lent by The Cincinnati Art Museum 

32. Thomas (Cowperthwait) EAKINS (1844-1916). 
WOMAN STANDING, SEEN FROM BACK. 

About 1865 
Charcoal; 24 x 18 in. 
Lent by the Philadelphia Museum of Art 

33. Thomas (Cowperthwait) EAKINS (1844-1916) 
WHISTLING FOR PLOVER. 1874. 
Watercolor; 14 x 20 l/2 in. 

Lent by The Brooklyn Museum 

34. Thomas (Cowperthwait) EAKINS (1844-1916) 
"THARtS SUCH A THING AS CALLS IN THIS 

WORLD." 1879. 
Gray wash and Chinese white; 

10 3/8 x 12 1/4 in. 
Lent by The Brooklyn Museum 

35. Thomas (Cowperthwait) EAKINS (1844-1916) 
RETROSPECTION. About 1880. 
Watercolor on squared paper; 14 5/8x10 5/8 in. 
Lent by the Philadelphia Museum of Art 



36.Seth EASTMAN (1808-1875) 

LLANO ESTACADO OR STAKED PLAIN, 

TEXAS. 1848. 
Watercolor; 5x8 in. (sight) 
Lent by Edward Eberstadt and Sons 

37. Henry Francis FARNY (1847-1916) 
THE CAPTIVE. About 1900. 

Pen and ink on Bristol board; 111/2 x 8 7/8 in. 
Lent Anonymously 

38. Harry FENN (1838-1911) 

PIER AND SHELTER-TOWER OF NEW YORK 
CENTRAL RAILWAY BRIDGE OVER 
HARLEM RIVER. 1900. 

Pen and ink, and Chinese white; 111/4x14 3/4 in. 

Lent Anonymously 

39. Mary Hallock FOOTE (1847-1938) 

A PRETTY GIRL IN THE WEST. 1889. 
Pencil, gray wash, and Chinese white; 

5 3/8 x ? ,'3 in. 
Lent by the Library of Congress 

40. Edwin FORBES (1839-1895) 

SERGEANT MAJOR WILLIAM JACKSON. 1863. 
Pencil; 12 ll/l6 x 9 9/l6 in. 
Lent by the Library of Congress 

41. Arthur Burdett FROST (1851-1928) 

BRER B'AR FINDS BRER RABBIT CAUGHT 

IN A TRAP SET BY BRER FOX. About 1895. 
Illustration for "Uncle Remus, His Songs and 

His Sayings" 
Pen and ink on Bristol board; 13 x 11 1/4 in. 
Lent by Mr. Philip Hofer 

42. Arthur Burdett FROST (1851-1928) 
RAIL SHOOTING. About 1895. 
Illustrated in his "Shooting Pictures" 
Watercolor; 13 3/4 x 21 3/4 in. 

Lent by Smith College Museum of Art 

43. Charles Dana GIBSON (1867-1944) 
MANAGER: "Unless you brace up I'll have to 

break our contract." 
SHE: "Don't say that.' I have a child and two 

husbands to support." 1899. 
Illustrated in his "Americans" 
Pen and ink on Bristol board; 22 1/4x171/2 in. 
Lent by The Century Association 

44. William James GLACKENS (1870-1938) 
WITH THE REGULARS AT PORT TAMPA, 

FLORIDA. UNITED STATES CAVALRY 
TROOPS TAKING THEIR HORSES FOR A 
DASH INTO THE GULF. 1898. 

Pencil, gray wash, and Chinese white on gray- 
green paper; 14 3/4 x 21 in. 

Lent Anonymously 

45. William James GLACKENS (1870-1938) 
CURB EXCHANGE. 

Brush and watercolor; 24 l/8 x 18 1/2 in. 
Lent by Mr. Arthur G. Altschul 

46. George Overbury ('POP") HART (1868-1933) 
THE JURY, MEXICO. About 1927. 
Wash, charcoal, and ink; 14 1/4 x 19 1/4 in. 
Lent by The Museum of Modern Art 



47. William M. HART (1823-1894) 

MOUNTAIN AND RIVER LANDSCAPE. 1859. 
Pencil and Chinese white on tan paper; 

4 13/16 x 5 15/16 in. 
Lent by The Walters Art Gallery 



48. Marsden HARTLEY (1877-1943) 
STUDY OF SHORE BIRDS. 1940. 
Charcoal and colored chalks on tan paper- 

21 7/8 x 27 7/8 in. (sight) 
Lent by The Detroit Institute of Arts 

49. George HARVEY (1800? -1880? ) 
A CEDAR SWAMP. 

Water color; 13 3/4 x 10 1/4 in. 
Lent by The Brooklyn Museum 

50. William Stanley HASELTINE (1835-1900) 
MOUNT DESERT - ROCK AND TREES. 

About 1860-1865. 
Gray wash and watercolor; 22 x 15 in. 
Lent by The Cooper Union Museum 

51. Frederick Childe HASSAM (1859-1935) 
THE WHITE CHURCH, NEWPORT. 1901. 
Crayon and colored chalks; 10x8 in. 
Lent by Carnegie Institute 

52. Edward Lamson HENRY (1841-1919) 

THE INN AT BLADENSBURG, MARYLAND. 

About 1900. 
Gray wash and Chinese white on tan paper; 

10 1/2 x 16 in. 
Lent by The Century Association 

53. Winslow HOMER (1836-1910) 
CAVALRYMEN. 1863. 
Black crayon on brown paper; 

A. 14 1/8 x 7 7/8 in.; B. 14 3/8 x 9 l/2 in. 
Lent by The Cooper Union Museum 

53A. Winslow HOMER (1836-1910) 

GLOUCESTER SHIPYARD HARBOR- 
BOYS ON BEACH. About 1872. 
Pencil and watercolor; 51/2x133/8 in. 
Lent by Mr. John Davis Hatch, Jr. 

54. Winslow HOMER (1836-1910) 
THE LIFE BOAT. About 1881. 
Charcoal and Chinese white; 13 7/8x191/6 in. 
Lent by The Cooper Union Museum 

55. Winslow HOMER (1836-1910) 
FISHERMAN IN THE ADIRONDACKS. 

About 1895. 
Gray wash and Chinese white on gray paper; 

12 x 20 in. 
Lent by The Cooper Union Museum 

56. Winslow HOMER (1836-1910) 

IN THE JUNGLE, FLORIDA. 1904. 
Watercolor; 13 7/8x19 5/8 in. 
Lent by The Brooklyn Museum 

57. William Morris HUNT (1824-1879) 
THE FLIGHT OF NIGHT. 

SKETCH FOR THE MURAL. About 1878. 
Charcoal on tan paper; 11 5/8 x 16 15/16 in. 
Lent by the Art Museum, Princeton University 



58. William Morris HUNT (1824-1879) 
PORTRAIT OF A GIRL. 

Charcoal on tan paper; 18 3/4 x 15 5/8 in. 
Lent by Mr. Paul L. Grigaut 

59. Daniel HUNTINGTON (1816-1906) 
PROFILE HEAD OF A WOMAN. About 1845. 
Charcoal and chalk on tan paper; 

12 1/4 x 16 1/2 in. 
Lent by The Cooper Union Museum 

60. Daniel HUNTINGTON (1816-1906) 
PEAK OF MOUNT CHOCORUA, 

NEW HAMPSHIRE, LOOKING NORTH. 1862. 
Crayon and chalk on gray paper; 

113/4x17 5/8 in. 
Lent by The Cooper Union Museum 

61. George INNESS (1825-1894) 
JUNE, About 1878. 

Pencil and watercolor; 6 3/4 x 12 in. 
Lent by the Addison Gallery of American Art, 
Phillips Academy 

62. George INNESS (1825-1894) 
WOODLAND SCENE. 

Pen, wash, and Chinese white;12 1/4x9 5/8 in. 
Lent by the Art Museum, Princeton University 

63. John Wesley JARVIS (1780-1840) 
WASHINGTON IRVING. 1809. 
Gray wash; 3 5/8 x 5 1/4 in. 

Lent by Yale University Art Gallery 



64. Eastman JOHNSON (1824-1906) 
THE DRUMMER BOY. 1863. 
Charcoal and white chalk on brown paper; 

26 1/2 x 2 01/2 in. 
Lent by The Cei;tury Association 

65. Eastman JOHNSON (1824-1906) 
CAPTAIN COLEMAN. 1880. 
Charcoal and white chalk on tan paper; 

12 x 9 3/16 in. 
Lent by The Free Library of Philadelphia 

66. Eastman JOHNSON (1824-1906) 

STUDY FOR "THE BOY LINCOLN READING." 
Charcoal, chalk, and Chinese white on brown 
paper; 14 7/8x12 3/4 in. 
Lent by The Detroit Institute of Arts 

67. Arthur Ignatius KELLER (1866-1924) 
"OH," HE CRIED PASSIONATELY, "IF I 

COULD ONLY BE A LUMP OF DIRT UNDER 

YOUR FEET TO LIFT YOU UP TO YOUR 

HAPPINESS." About 1920. 
Charcoal, gray wash, and Chinese white on 

illustration board; 16 7/8x23 3/8 in. 

(framing line) 
Lent by the Library of Congress 



68. Edward Windsor KEMBLE (1861-1933) 

"THE BOY FACED HIS CAPTOR, WHO HELD 

A STRAP IN ONE HAND." 1888. 
Pen and ink on Bristol board; 15x12 l/2 in. 
Lent Anonymously 



69. John Frederick KENSETT (1816-1872) 
STUDY - TREE TRUNKS. 
Pencil and Chinese white on gray paper; 

10 3/6x141/4 in. (sight) 
Lent by The Corcoran Gallery of Art 



70. John Lewis KRMMEL (1787-1821) 

FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION IN CENTER 

SQUARE, PHILADELPHIA. 1819. 
Pen and ink, and watercolor; 12 x 18 in. 
Lent by The Historical Society of Pennsylvania 

71. Gaston LACHAISE (1882-1935) 
BACK OF A NUDE WOMAN. 1929. 
Crayon, quill pen and ink; 17 7/8x12 in. 
Lent by The Brooklyn Museum 

72. John LaFARGE (1835-1910) 

SKETCH FOR A MEMORIAL WINDOW. 

THE THREE MARIES. 1889. 
Watercolor; 15x 7 l/4 in. 
Lent by the Worcester Art Museum 

73. George Benjamin LUKS (1867-1933) 
PLUCKING CHICKENS. 1915. 
Watercolor; 20x13 3/4 in, 
Lent by the Whitney Museum of American Art 

74. George Benjamin LUKS (1867-1933) 
THE CLINIC. 1920. 
Bistre wash; 14 l/2x 19 in. 
Lent by Mr. Arthur G. Altschul 

75. Henry Lee McFEE (1886-1953) 

FRUIT AND CRUMPLED PAPER. 1931. 

Pencil; 12 l/2 x 1 5 3/4 in. 

Lent by the Whitney Museum of American Art 



76. John C. MARIN (1870-1953) 

MAINE SERIES - HEADLAND AND SEA. 
Pencil and watercolor; 15 1/2x21 l/4 in. 
Lent by The Downtown Gallery 



1934. 



77. Homer Dodge MARTIN (1836-1897) 
STRAND AND WRECK. 
Watercolor; 9 7/8x14 in. (sight) 
Lent by the Addison Gallery of American Art, 
Phillips Academy 



78. Julius GariMELCHERS (1860-1932) 
NUDE. 
Pencil and Chinese white on tan paper; 

17 9/16 x 113/4 in. (sight) 
Lent by The Corcoran Gallery of Art 

79. Alfred Jacob MILLER (1810-1874) 

CAPTURE OF WILD HORSES BY INDIANS. 

1859. 
Watercolor and Chinese white; 

81/2x1211/16 in. (sight) 
Lent by The Walters Art Gallery 



80.Alfred Jacob MILLER (1810-1874) 
HUNTING BUFFALO. I860 
Watercolor and Chinese white; 8 1,, 
Lent by The Walters Art Gallery 



x 14 in. 



81. Kenneth Hayes MILLER (1876-1952) 
AT A COUNTRY HORSE SHOW. 1935. 
Black pencil, sanguine, and Chinese white; 

19 3/4 x 16 3/4 in. 
Lent by the Whitney Museum of American Art 

82. William Rickarby MILLER (1818-1893) 

A WOODLAND GLADE, MANHATTANVILLE 

NEW YORK. 
Watercolor; 15 x 11 l/l6 in. 
Lent by The Brooklyn Museum 



83. Thomas MORAN (1837-1926) 

SOUTH DOME, YOSEMITE. THE GREAT 
SOUTH OR HALF DOME FROM GLACIER 
POINT. 1873. 

Pencil and watercolor; 14 l/2 x 10 3/8 in. 

Lent by The Cooper Union Museum 

84. Thomas MORAN (1837-1926) 

THE DEVIL'S TOWER FROM JOHNSTON'S, 
CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING. 1893. 

Pencil and gray wash; 6 l/2 x 13 1/2 in. 
(framing line) 

Lent by the Smithsonian Institution, National 
Collection of Fine Arts. 



8 5. William Sidney MOUNT (1807-1868) 
THE TRYING HOUR. 1844. 

Watercolor: 10 x 14 3/4 in. 

Lent by the Addison Gallery of American Art, 
Phillips Academy 

86. William Sidney MOUNT (1807-1868) 

A. FARM SCENE WITH A BARN. 

B. FARMYARD SCENE WITH TURKEYS. 
Pencil; A. 7 3/4 x 10 in.; B. 7 3/4x9 7/8 in. 
Lent by the Suffolk Museum at Stony Brook 

87. Jerome MYERS (1867-1940) 
SELF-PORTRAIT. 

Illustrated in his "Artist in Manhattan" 
Charcoal and white chalk on gray paper; 

14 x 11 1/4 in. 
Lent by the Whitney Museum of American Art 

88. Thomas NAST (1840-1902) 
TAMMANY TIGER. 

Brush and ink; 14 x 21 3/8 in. 
Lent by the Addison Gallery of American Art, 
Phillips Academy 

89. John NEAGLE (1796-1865) 
HEADS OF TWO CHILDREN. 

Charcoal and white chalk on dark brown paper; 

14 1/2 x 12 3/4 in. (sight) 
Lent by the Art Museum, Princeton University 

90. Robert Loftin NEWMAN (1827-1912) 

THREE SKETCHES. STUDIES FOR THE 
MARIES AT THE TOMB AND STUDY FOR 
THE MIRACULOUS DRAUGHT OF FISHES. 
Charcoal; A. 6 l/8 x 3 5/8 in.; 

B. 6 1/8x2 7/8 in.; C. 8 x 9 7/8 in. 
Lent by The Brooklyn Museum 



91. Charles WillsonPEALE (1741-1827) 

BRANDYWINE CREEK, NO.l. About 1800. 
Pen. and sepia ink; 9 l/2 x 12 in. 
Lent by The Wilmington Society of the Fine 
Arts 

92. Rembrandt PEALE (1778-1860) 

JOHN CALDWELL CALHOUN. About 1835. 
Black crayon and white chalk on brown paper; 

19 x 15 in. 
Lent by Mr. Charles Coleman Sellers 

93. Joseph PENNELL (1857-1926) 

THE MAIN STAIRCASE, OLD CORCORAN 

GALLERY, WASHINGTON, D.C. 1882. 
Pencil and Chinese white on green paper; 

12 5/8 x 9 3/8 in. 
Lent by Mr. John Davis Hatch, Jr. 

94. Maurice Brazil PRENDERGAST (1859-1924) 
CENTRAL PARK. 1900. 
Watercolor; 14 x 21 3/4 in. 
Lent by the Whitney Museum of American Art 

95. Howard PYLE (1853-1911) 

THEOPHYLACT BACHE SAVING GRAYDON 

FROM THE MOB IN 1776. About 1882. 
Illustrated in his "Book of the American Spirit" 
Gray wash; 81/2 x 12 in. 
Lent by Miss Helen L. Card 

96. Howard PYLE (1853-1911) 

UNCLE BEAR AND THE GREAT RED FOX 

VISIT THE FARMER'S STOREHOUSE. 1887. 
Illustration for his "The Wonder Clock" 
Pen and ink on Bristol board; 

9 15/16 x 6 15/16 in. (sight) 
Lent by The Free Library of Philadelphia 



97. Frederic (Sackrider) REMINGTON (1861-1909) 
THE TRAINING OF CAVALRY — A ROMAN 

RACE AT THE RIDING-HALL, FORT MYER, 

VIRGINIA. About 1898. 
Gray wash and Chinese white; 23 l/2 x 35 in. 
Lent by James Graham and Sons 

98. William Trost RICHARDS (1833-1905) 
TREE TRUNKS. 1867. 

Pencil; 11 3/4 x 9 l/8 in. 

Lent by The Cooper Union Museum 

99. William RIMMER (1816-1879) 

SADAK IN SEARCH OF THE WATERS OF 

OBLIVION. 
Pencil; 11 3/4 x 9 1/4 in. (oval framing line) 
Lent by Carnegie Institute 

lOO.Boardman ROBINSON (1876-1952) 
THE CLUB. 1917. 

Oil color and lithographic crayon;13 l/2 x 18 in. 
Lent by the Whitney Museum of American Art 

101. Theodore ROBINSON (1852-1896) 
BOYS FISHING. 1881. 
Watercolor; 8 5/8 x 12 5/8 in. 
Lent by The Brooklyn Museum 



102. Charles Marion RUSSELL (1864-1926) 
STOLEN WOMEN. 1907. 
Watercolor; 15 1/2x23 in. 

Lent by The Minneapolis Institute of Arts 

103. John Singer SARGENT (1856-1925) 
MUDDY ALLIGATORS. 1917. 
Watercolor; 13 1/2x20 1/2 in. 
Lent by the Worcester Art Museum 

104. John Singer SARGENT (1856-1925) 
MISS SUSAN STRONG. 

Charcoal on cream paper: 23x17 in. 
Lent by The Detroit Institute of Arts 

105. Christian R. SCHUSSELE (1826-1879) 
HOME ON LEAVE. 1863. 

Pencil and gray wash; 10 l/2 x 15 3/8 in. 
Lent by the Philadelphia Museum of Art 



106. Everett SHINN (1876-1953) 

WINTER NIGHT, NEW YORK. 1908. 
Watercolor, Chinese white, and pastel; 

8 1/4x12 3/4 in. (sight) 
Lent by James Graham and Sons 

107. Everett SHINN (1876-1953) 

GIRL WITH RED STOCKINGS. 1930. 

Pastel; 1 1 l/2 x 10 l/4 in. 

Lent by James Graham and Sons 

108. Walter SHIRLAW (1838-1909) 
FARMYARD WITH PIGS. 1877. 
Pencil on tan paper; 13 5/8x20 1/8 in. 
Lent by The Cooper Union Museum 

109- John SLOAN (1871-1951) 

'PROFESSOR, WILL YOU PLAY 'THE 

ROSARY, ' PLEASE?" 1913. 
Black crayon; 18 3/8 x 16 3/4 in. 
Lent by the Addison Gallery of American Art, 
Phillips Academy 

110. William Thomas SMEDLEY (1858-1920) 
ON THE COAST OF NAHANT. 1897. 
Illustrated in his 'Life and Character" 
Gray wash and Chinese white on illustration 

board; 13 3/8x10 3/8 in. 
Lent by the Library of Congress 

111. Francis Hopkinson SMITH (1838-1915) 
ROCKS AND FISHERMEN. 1878. 
Charcoal and chalk on gray paper; 

14 1/2x20 5/8 in. 
Lent by The Cooper Union Museum 

112. Alice Barber STEPHENS (1858-1932) 
"THIS HERE IS MY SON JAKEY." 1906. 
Black and colored crayons, and Chinese white 

on tan paper; 17 5/6x12 in. 
Lent by the Library of Congress. 

113. Henry Louis STEPHENS (1824-1882) 
A FROG HE WOULD A WOOING GO. 

THE LAST FOUR SCENES. 1864. 
Pencil and Chinese white on tinted prepared 

paper; each 6 3/8x4 1/2 in. (sight) 
Lent by Mr. Philip Hofer 



114. Walter King STONE (1875-1949) 
A PINE BEFITS A MOUNTAINOUS 
LANDSCAPE, A PLACE OF ROCKS AND 
WINDY SWEEPS. About 19 18. 
Charcoal; 15x22 in. 
Lent by the Mannados Book Shop 



115. Thomas SULLY (1783-1872) 
ANDREW JACKSON. 1815. 

Charcoal on gray-blue paper; 14 3/8x111/2 in. 
Lent by The Detroit Institute of Arts 

116. Thomas SULLY (1783-1872) 
A LADY WITH A LETTER. 

Watercolor; 4 5/8x3 7/8 in. (sight) (arched top) 
Lent by The Walters Art Gallery 



117. Abbott Handerson THAYER (1849-1921) 
GLADYS. 1897. 

Pencil; 16 x 12 1/2 in. 

Lent by the Museum of Art, Rhode Island 
School of Design 

118. John TRUMBULL (1756-1843) 
RECLINING NUDE. BACK VIEW. 
Charcoal and white chalk on blue paper; 

14x221/2 in. 
Lent by Yale University Art Gallery 

119. John Henry TWACHTMAN (1853-1902) 
LANDSCAPE. 

Pastel; 131/2x17 3/4 in. (sight) 
Lent by Mr. Arthur G. Altschul 

120. John VANDERLYN (1775-1852) 
ROBERT FULTON. About 1800. 
Pencil; 6 l/2 x 5 1/2 in. (oval) 
Lent by Mr. Samuel L. M. Barlow 

121. Edmund WALENTA 

VIEW OF FAIRMOUNT PARK FROM WEST 

PHILADELPHIA. 1869. 
Pencil and Chinese white on tinted prepared 

paper; 10l/2xl4l/2 in. 
Lent Anonymously 

122. William Guy WALL (1792-1864?) 
FALLS OF THE PASSAIC. About 1826. 
Watercolor; 16x231/2 in. 

Lent by The Brooklyn Museum 



12 3. Alfred R. WAUD (1828-1891) 

BATTLE OF CHANCELLORSVILLE. 1863. 
Pencil, gray wash, and Chinese white on tan 

paper; 13 5/8x20 3/4 in. 
Lent by the Library of Congress 

124. William WAUD ( -1878) 
SIGNALLING BY TORCHES FROM GENERAL 

BUTLER'S HEADQUARTERS. 1864. 
Gray wash; 5 3/4 x 10 1/2 in. 
Lent by the Library of Congress 

125. Julian Alden WEIR (1852-1919) 
HAYSTACKS. Before 1906. 
Brush and ink; 11x16 in. 

Lent by The Century Association 

126. Benjamin WEST (1738-1820) 
HAGAR AND ISHMAEL. 
Watercolor, sepia pen and wash; 

17 3/4x201/4 in. (sight) 
Lent by the Addison Gallery of American Art, 
Phillips Academy 

127. James Abbott McNeill WHISTLER (1834-1903) 
WEARY. About 1863. 

Lithographic crayon; 9 3/4x6 7/8 in. 
Lent by The Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection, 
National Gallery of Art 

128. James Abbott McNeill WHISTLER (1834-1903) 
TWO PORTRAITS OF JOSEPH PENNELL. 1895. 
Lithographic crayon; each 11 1/4 x 8 l/2 in. 

Lent by the National Academy of Design 

129. Carl Ferdinand WIMAR (1828-1862) 
THE MISSOURI, PROBABLY NEAR THE 

MOUTH OF THE JUDITH RIVER. 
Charcoal and chalk on brown paper; 7x15 in. 
Lent by the City Art Museum of St. Louis 

130. Grant (De Volson) WOOD (1891-1942) 
RETURN FROM BOHEMIA: 

PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST. 1935. 
Charcoal, lithographic crayon, chalk, and 

watercolor; 221/4x19 3/8 in. (sight) 
Lent by Mr. Carol M. Sax 

131. Alexander Helwig WYANT (1836-1892) 
THE SWALE. About 1899. 
Watercolor; 14 1/2x21 in. (sight) 

Lent by the Addison Gallery of American Art, 
Phillips Academy 



LENDERS TO THE EXHIBITION 



Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts 

Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York 

Mr. Arthur G. Altschul, New York 

Anonymous 

Mr. Samuel L. M. Barlow, New York 

The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York 

The California Society of Pioneers, San Francisco 

Miss Helen L. Card, Springfield, Vermont 

Carnegie Institute, Department of Fine Arts, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

The Century Association, New York 

Childs Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts 

The Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio 

City Art Museum of St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri 

The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio 

The Cooper Union Museum, New York 

The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C. 

The Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, Michigan 

The Downtown Gallery, New York 

Edward Eberstadt and Sons, New York 

The Free Library of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

James Graham and Sons, New York 

Mr. Paul L. Grigaut, Detroit, Michigan 

Mr. John Davis Hatch, Jr., Norfolk, Virginia 

The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 

Mr. Philip Hofer, Cambridge, Massachusetts 

Mr. Albert L. Hydeman, York, Pennsylvania 

Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. 

Mannados Book Shop, New York 

The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota 

The Museum of Modern Art, New York 

National Academy of Design, New York 

The Newark Museum, Newark, New Jersey 

Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Art Museum, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey 

Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence 

The Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection, National Gallery of Art, 

Washington, D. C. 
The Paul J. Sachs Collection, Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, 

Cambridge, Massachusetts 
Mr. Carol M. Sax, New York 

Mr. Charles Coleman Sellers, Carlisle, Pennsylvania 
Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, Massachusetts 
Smithsonian Institution, National Collection of Fine Arts, Washington, D. C. 
The Society of California Pioneers, San Francisco, California 
Suffolk Museum at Stony Brook, Long Island, New York 
The Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland 
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York 
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts, Wilmington, Delaware 
Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts 
Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut 




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